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are at the concert political action conference in washington, d.c. david is the editor for human events and former columnist for "the denver post." you talk about for issues going into obama's second term. can you describe the? >> there's dependency which is not just about welfare and food stamp and things like that but a general fundamental change in the way that people react to each other in government. we have dead which is self explanatory but i think the problem is a lot worse than people imagine. there is surrender, which is foreign policy chapter and it's not a neocon sort of argument that it's more of reflection of how we believe our place in the world is what it is. and, finally, death which is inevitable for most of us and is about abortion for the most part. >> this book is being published now in march. how long did you have to put the book together and we thinking of obama's second term? what was the timeline? >> i didn't think that romney would win. i wrote that. but i'd put this together rather quickly. i've been thinking about it but the book, it's not a huge book because how much c
conservative political action conference in washington, d.c., and we're with david harsanyi. >> hi there. >> how you doing? >> david is the editor for human events and a former columnist for the denver post. you talk about obama's four horsemen, four issues going into obama's second term. can you describe those for us? >> sure, there's dependency which is not just about welfare and food stamps and can things like that, but a general fundamental change in the way that people react to each other in government. we have debt which is self-ec plan story, but i think the problem's a lot worse than people imagine. there is surrender which is foreign policy chapter, and it's not a neo-con argument, it's more of a reflection of how we believe our place in the world and what it is, and finally it's death which is inevitable for most of us and is about abortion for the most part. >> so this book is being published now in march. how long did you have to put the book together, and were you thinking of obama's second term? what was the timeline for this title? >> i didn't think mitt romney would win,
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